Some Minnesota state parks have sites where you can stay for a whole month or even all season (typically early May through early September). Call the park for more information or to reserve.
If demand exceeds availability at a particular park, a lottery will be conducted and the park will notify applicants whether or not they were selected. If sites are available after this date, they will be administered on a first-come, first-served basis. No preference will be given to monthly or seasonal campers from prior years.
Bathrooms: Water and toilet facilities are available.
Capacity: Up to six people, one tent/RV per site.
Cooking: All sites have a picnic table and fire ring with grill.
Firewood: Can be purchased at the park office. Only approved firewood is allowed.
Pets: All pets must be kept on a leash of not more than six feet and personally attended at all times.
Quiet hours: From 10 p.m. to 8 a.m.
Big Stone Lake State Park, 320-839-3663
|Hayes Lake State Park, 218-425-7504 or 218-754-2200|
South of Roseau. Monthly and seasonal camping at seven electric sites.
|Kilen Woods State Park, 507-832-6034|
In Lakefield. Monthly and seasonal camping at three electric sites.
|Lac qui Parle State Park, 320-734-4450|
In Montevideo. Monthly and seasonal camping at three electric sites and one site with water, sewer and electricity.*
|Lake Bronson State Park, 218-754-2200|
Near Hallock. Monthly and seasonal camping at five electric sites.
|Myre - Big Island State Park, 507-668-7060|
In Albert Lea. Monthly and seasonal camping at four sites; three have electricity.*
|Old Mill State Park, 218-754-2200|
Near Thief River Falls. Monthly and seasonal camping at seven sites with water and electricity.
|Rice Lake State Park, 507-414-6190|
In Owatonna. Monthly and seasonal camping at three sites, two have electricity.*
|Upper Sioux Agency State Park, 320-564-4777|
In Granite Falls. Monthly and seasonal camping at two electric sites.